After Roe v. Wade was overturned, many states began to push and in some cases, pass anti-abortion legislation. Who are these lawmakers and what do they believe in?
Musk buys Twitter, FTX files for bankruptcy, Russia invades Ukraine, and people protest dictatorships. Let’s take a walk back through the biggest news highlights of 2022.
Pro-Lifers cite Christianity to explain anti-abortion activism leading up to the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. But is that really a Christian stance?
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The U.S. is one of two countries to have a for-profit cash bail system. Here’s how bail works and how we could be doing it better.
Biden’s widespread debt relief has brought scammers out of the woodwork. Watch out for these red flags of student loan forgiveness scams.
7.5 million student loans are already considered nonperforming loans (NPLs). If Biden doesn’t cancel student debt, millions more could join them in September, creating a crisis of defaults.
BLM is criticized by conservatives as a terrorist, Marxist, America-hating movement. Here are 9 conservative Black Lives Matter counterarguments and why they’re wrong.
Shinzo Abe left behind a legacy of stronger ties to India, a push for more women in the workforce, and direct connections to an ultranationalist group.
The Birds Aren’t Real movement has gained serious traction. But do they really think that all birds are government spies?
Did you know that Barack Obama has Irish heritage? Did you know that there’s an entire song about it called “There’s No One as Irish as Barack Obama”?
Political spectrum tests give you new labels to wear. But they don’t really help you figure out what policies or what systems of governance you support.
Loli hentai is animated pornography depicting fictional children. As reprehensible as its subject matter is, there may be a case for keeping it legal.
17 states have their own unique state pledges, but only the Texas pledge gets recited every morning.
Economically left but otherwise extreme right, Nazbol is kind of a meme. But some of its fans might not be joking.
Get to know the latest controversial GOP Senate candidate Dr. Oz.